Australian Association for Maritime History
The Australian Association for Maritime History was formed in May 1978. Its aim is to promote the study, publication and general appreciation of maritime history. The Association’s membership and field of interest is international in scope. In addition to promoting maritime history through publication of The Great Circle and also a Newsletter, the AAMH sponsors public lectures and book prizes.
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|The Great Circle||1979 - 2014|
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